Guardian Yards adds EV charging stations at Sacramento truck yard

California-headquartered Guardian Yards, an operator of industrial outdoor storage and truck parking yards, is introducing EV charging stations at its 25-acre truck parking depot in Sacramento’s Metro Air Park, a 1,320-acre industrial business park near Sacramento International Airport.

Guardian Yards is working toward compliance with the California Air Resources Board’s Advanced Clean Fleets rule, which requires a phased transition to zero-emission medium- and heavy-duty vehicles. The company has installed an initial group of charging stations, and has submitted a SMUD Reg 16 application and fees to secure 5 MW of additional power to meet future charging demand at its Sacramento depot.

Also, the company has initiated discussions with potential infrastructure partners to equip its Sacramento location as a full-service ZEV truck charging depot. It has also begun planning for future hydrogen fueling for long-haul trucking tenants.

Source: Guardian Yards

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